Learn how to make your own backpacking meals at home to save money but still get nutritious foods on the trail that are super-light to carry. In this guide we use both a dehydrator and purchased freeze-dried foods to create some great meals.
There's a lot to remember when packing for a camping trip. Here's 7 items you should definitely have when you leave.
Children can be safely taught the basics of building a campfire, indoors with no flames, and have fun doing so.
Have you ever considered making your own Lavender Insect Repellent? If not then step this way as I show you some easy chemical free recipes you can make which include other essential oils such as Eucalyptus, Lemongrass and Clove oil. These natural bug repellents are very effective in preventing insect bites such as mosquitoes, horseflies and gnats for all the family.
Try this biscuit and gravy breakfast hack while camping! It's delicious and such a treat when glamping.
Camping may seem a bit daunting to a first timer, but this guide should put you at ease with a wealth of information about sleeping in the great outdoors.
If you're an older adult who loves the great outdoors, these camping tips for people over fifty will make your trails a lot less rocky
Some quick packing lists for mommies to use including: toiletries, clothing, dining, and everything extra.
Do you like camping solo? I'm sure you've heard all of the stigmas, but sometimes nature just keeps calling. Here are tips on how to stay safe and be prepared while enjoying everything nature has to offer.
If you are looking for an inexpensive family vacation try camping. This article offers tips for camping on a budget while still having fun. Get ready for outdoor adventure with a camping equipment list and instructions for making foil dinners.
We'd been eyeing the Solo Stove for months and finally decided to use a couple of REI gift cards to cover some of the $300 price. This is what we think after several enjoyable campfire sessions with our own Solo.